|Location||Shenzhen, Guangdong, People's Republic of China|
|Architectural||291.6 m (957 ft)|
|Antenna spire||355.8 m (1,167 ft)|
|Roof||291.6 m (957 ft)|
|Floor count||71 (+4 basement floors)|
|Floor area||169,083 m2 (1,819,990 sq ft)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Hua Yi Designing Consultants|
SEG Plaza (Chinese:赛格广场) is a skyscraper in Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, China. Completed in 2000 and located at the junction of Shennan Road and Huaqiangbei Electronics Market, it stands 356 meters tall when the antenna height is included. It is the 21st tallest in China and the 72nd tallest in the world. The observation floor at the 69th level used to offer views over Shenzhen and northern Hong Kong but has been converted to office space. It is the home of, and named after the Shenzhen Electronics Group (SEG). It can be reached by Huaqiang North Station and Huaqiang Road Station of the Shenzhen Metro.
The roof height of the building is 292 m (957 ft). There are a total of 71 stories above ground (72 when counting the helipad) and 4 stories underground. The total floor space is 170,000 square meters. The four stories underground are parking levels.
SEG Electronics Market and the main building
The floors from the 1st floor through to the 10th floor are taken up by the SEG Electronics Market, a major market of electronics components and finished products of international importance. The names SEG Electronics Market and SEG Market are also sometimes metonymically used for the surrounding area, including other electronics markets in nearby buildings.
The 11th floor is refuge floor. Floor M and 12th floors are European restaurants and a food supply center for the administration. Floors 13 through 69 are white-collar worker office floors (of which floors 19, 34 , 49 and 63 are emergency equipment cabinet and shelter levels); the 70th and 71st floors are observation decks (Closed) and the 72nd floor is a helicopter landing pad.
SEG Plaza's elevators are made by OTIS which can travel to 6m/s (1181 FPM).
- "SEG Plaza - The Skyscraper Center". Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat. Archived from the original on 2012-10-23.
- SEG Plaza - SkyscraperPage.com
- SEG Plaza, Shenzhen